Published On: Mon, Sep 19th, 2016

'Grey's Anatomy' Season 13 Spoilers: Executive Producer Debbie Allen Teases Tough Days Ahead of Andrew DeLuca?

Fans expressed concern for Alex Karev as ABC released their teaser trailer for the first episode of Grey’s Anatomy Season 13. However, he is not the one fans should be worried about.

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Giacomo Gianniotti described his character, Andrew, to be really good in pediatrics, according to Hollywood Reporter. He also said that these two doctors relate a lot to each other and they are building a good workplace to work with each other. However, given that an unfortunate event happened between them, a strain is expected to hover around between these two.

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Viewers may recall an encounter between Alex (Justin Chambers) and Andrew (Giacomo Gianniotti) in the previous season which lead to the latter to the hospital. And because of what happened, according to E! Online, Alex may not only lose his job but his freedom as well.

It is understandable that fans were bothered about Alex’s uncertain fortune on Grey’s Anatomy Season 13. He is, after all, a lovable character despite the mistake he had committed. However, fans should be more worried about Andrew who was brought into the hospital rather than Alex.

Debbie Allen, the executive producer/director of the show and a recurring cast member, said that viewers should be worried about Andrew. She also said that the character was in trouble.

Fans will be expecting the first episode of Season 13 to be thrilling, more exciting and the storyline even more dynamic. Allen also added that they will be starting the new season from where they left the previous one. She also said that the next season will be “hot” and appear as if the series is a brand new show while in reality, they are in their 13th season.

Lastly, when she was asked to describe Season 13 in one word, she answered, “Dynamic.”

Catch the first episode of Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 on Sept. 22, Thursday at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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